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Watch the Roll, Not the Hole — Putting Tips

Watch the Roll and not the Hole
Watch the Roll and not the Hole

http://www.golf.com/video/watch-roll-not-hole-golf-putting-tips

Sometimes your mechanics may be in tuned and you may need that extra bit of confidence or missing piece to help make your putting stroke that much more effective.

Been trying this little drill with a bit more success.  Pick a point along the path you want your ball to take and ensure your head rotates as you swing moves along that line.  At least for me I noticed my stroke was a bit more confident and on-line.  I don’t manipulate the head of my putter.  Instead the head stays on track.  I guess my eyes do manipulate my hands; hence my putter head.

Interesting.

Give it a try if you’re having the putting yips like myself.  And kiss your 3 putts good-bye.

Distance Putting — a Drill

Suzy Whaley PGA Professional shows a little drill about distance putting
Suzy Whaley PGA Professional shows a little drill about distance putting

More from PGA.com.  A Distance Putting drill from PGA Professional, Suzy Whaley.

As my other posts about putting, I am researching how others become better putters.  I am going to add more of these little gems as the year moves forward.  In the meantime you can at least glean a little sage advice on how others attempt to make long and short putts.  Who knows you may be able to incorporate this into your practice routine.

Click the link below:

 

http://soc.li/yPVycvX

Stop Leaving Putts Short — a Drill

Been researching more about how others practice their putting and I came across a huge resource at PGA.com.

One thing I can appreciate, the advice is free and it’s just that — advice.  I can listen and if it makes sense perhaps I can add it to my practicing.  I encourage you to do the same.  A little knowledge in this case can be a good thing.

Suzy Whaley PGA Professional gives one of her drills to help stop leaving putts short.
Suzy Whaley PGA Professional gives one of her drills to help stop leaving putts short.

Click the link below and find out from PGA.com this really interesting drill to help you stop leaving your putts short.

http://soc.li/ubOTycI